The Ikaria Angel bulk carrier, which was chartered by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), arrived at the Chornomorsk seaport on 12 September to load 30,000 tons of wheat. 

After loading, the ship will depart for Ethiopia, parts of which are on the verge of a food disaster, according to the conclusions of the United Nations, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure. 

As reported earlier, two ships chartered by the World Food Program have already departed from Ukrainian ports since the establishment of a maritime "grain corridor" from the ports. The ships are carrying over 60,000 tons of Ukrainian wheat for Yemen and Ethiopia. 

Under the auspices of the WFP, an additional 190,000 tons of grain will be purchased for export to countries experiencing food shortages. 

In total, 16 ships carrying 0.5 million tons of agricultural products have left Ukraine for African countries under the Black Sea Grain Initiative to establish a humanitarian maritime corridor for shipping agricultural products from Ukraine as of 7 September.